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  1. hi

  2. Hey Matt,

    I agree with #4 (strongly), 18 (sometimes hedge my bets with the agnostic option), 51 (me as well) and I love the Breakfast of Champions (pic of bagel w/cc and avocado).

    Now that you know how much we have in common, I was wondering if you might take a look at my novel, WHOM GOD WOULD DESTROY? It’s the twisted tale of what happens when “God” returns to Earth to goof on humanity once more. Needless to say, things don’t go quite as He’d planned. The book has all the ingredients for a killer satire: insanity, a deity, space aliens and the quest for the Ultimate Orgasm.

    Thus far, WGWD has garnered 5 reviews. Here are quotes from each (you can click on any of the titled links to see complete reviews):
    illiterarty :

    “A light-hearted romp through the big boys of serious topics – Whom God Would Destroy examines the subjects of religion, psychiatry, the mentally ill, and alien conspiracies in a sniggeringly hilarious meander through some cunning plot twists and a whole new understanding of the universe as it is.”

    readingforsanity :

    “Commander Pants has a gift for characterization and the rare ability to juggle and seamlessly interweave a series of largely-unrelated subplots. The book is ripe with florid fruits of an overactive imagination and a willingness to look at everyday events from bizarre angles.
    …The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Psyche, with an extra helping of blasphemy.”

    bookfetish :

    “WHOM GOD WOULD DESTROY is one of those books that has so many themes going on (a vengeful God, consumerism, mental illness, medication and aliens) it’s any wonder the story makes sense; however, the author did a great job of tying them all together using a velvet hammer disguised as a satirical storyline.”

    “…But funny hi-jinks aside, we found a rather poignant message embedded in the story: Happiness may well be found in making other people happy. Simple. Easy. Okay, okay…so that particular message was imparted by a returned-to-Earth-Jesus who is having fun manipulating us sheep-like mortals. But we liked it nonetheless.”


    “Commander Pants has written a novel that cleverly forces one to question human nature while making us laugh.”

    If I’ve peeked your interested, I’d love to send you a copy. I promise that it’s fun and thought provoking.

    Here’s hoping you see this. To say that I’m looking forward to hearing from you is akin to saying that Michael Jackson was a bit weird.

    – Commander Pants
    Solidarity in fine leg wear

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